Holy cliffhanger! On March 21, 1980, Dallas fans were stunned as Larry Hagman's villainous J.R. Ewing was gunned down on the CBS drama's Season 3 finale.
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In what’s being billed as the biggest underground digital out-of-home network to date, CBS Outdoor and Turner Broadcasting System have teamed up to bring a little dazzle to the New York City subway system.
Last week, TNT revealed that it was launching an actual "Ewing Energies" gas station in the U.S. to promote the third season of its reboot of Dallas, the iconic 1980s Friday night soap opera.
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Across the South, the start of fall can only mean one thing: college football, and along with it the time-honored tradition of tailgating. Riding the enormous popularity of the weekend ritual, Southern Living recently kicked off its own tailgating season.
Just three episodes into its premiere run, TNT’s Dallas reboot has earned a second season order. The Turner network has ordered 15 episodes from Warner Horizon Television, with plans to bow them sometime in 2013.
Another day, another dollar for Men at Work. TBS has renwed its new bro-centric summer sitcom a mere five segments in, after a very strong premiere and a major uptick during last week's show.